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Part VII

November 28, 2021 • Pastor Marty Sloan • 2 Corinthians 4:16–18, Acts 28, Acts 20:22–24, Philippians 3:12–21

The early church wasn't just a movement; it was a conviction. In this series, we step into the first century and understand the power of the gospel on a small, dedicated group of Jesus followers. The story of Acts doesn’t stop with the early Church—WE are the continuation of that story! This week, Pastor Marty explores how we have a certain place in an uncertain story. We don't know what will happen, but we do know that God’s Spirit is with us, and Jesus has commissioned us! When we encounter Jesus, we have a story!

More from Acts

Part I

October 17, 2021 • Pastor Marty Sloan • Acts 1:8–11, Acts 2:29–33, Acts 2:36–42

The early church wasn't just a movement; it was a conviction. In this series, we step into the first century and understand the power of the gospel on a small, dedicated group of Jesus followers. The story of Acts doesn’t stop with the early Church—WE are the continuation of that story!

Part II

October 24, 2021 • Pastor Marty Sloan • Psalm 116:12, Acts 4:32–37, Acts 5:1–11

The early church wasn't just a movement; it was a conviction. In this series, we step into the first century and understand the power of the gospel on a small, dedicated group of Jesus followers. The story of Acts doesn’t stop with the early Church—WE are the continuation of that story! This week, Pastor Marty explores how the book of Acts models what true, Christian community looks like, particularly Christian generosity. Within the early church, The flow of generosity was simply part of the spiritual transformation.

Part III

October 31, 2021 • Pastor Sean Sloan

The early church wasn't just a movement; it was a conviction. In this series, we step into the first century and understand the power of the gospel on a small, dedicated group of Jesus followers. The story of Acts doesn’t stop with the early Church—WE are the continuation of that story! This week, Pastor Sean explores how the Holy Spirit empowers us to proclaim the gospel, changes our behavior, sets people free, and conflicts with a culture that prefers darkness to light. When we are Spirit-empowered people, we are able to do extraordinary things.